Tim Znidarsich (center in photograph) and his Middle School students.
Imagine looking over to see what looks like giant shark teeth plowing through snow this January. That's exactly what people will see this winter in Portage, WI thanks to artist, Tim Znidarsich and his students at Bartel's Middle School.
WAEA Member and Bartel's Middle School art teacher Mr. Znidarsich and his students recently completed a community project bringing art into the community via three county snow plows and donated paint from a local hardware store.
“It’s community interaction to get art outside these walls and showcase what we’re doing at the school,” Znidarsich said.
Click on the link below to read the full article on this engaging community art project on the "The Portage Daily Register" website.
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Blogging is a great way to get news out quickly and continually about whatʼs going on in and out of the art room.
Viewers can subscribe to your posts via an rss feed and get updates via email or through an rss reader such as google reader.
Check out what these teachers are doing with their classroom blogs:
• Lincoln Middle School, La Crosse, WI.
Art teacher, Lynnae Haerle Burns -
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• North Sheboygan High School, Sheboygan, WI.
Art teacher, Frank Juarez -
Click here to visit his blog
One way to get news out quickly and continually about whatʼs going on in and out of the art room is to maintain a classroom blog, so viewers can subscribe to your posts via an rss feed. Check out what these teachers are doing with their classroom blogs:
• Lincoln Middle School, La Crosse, WI. Art teacher, Lynnae Haerle Burns - http://underthebrush.blogspot.com/
• North Sheboygan High School, Sheboygan, WI. Art teacher, Frank Juarez - http://nhsartdept.wordpress.com/category/sheboygan-north-art-department
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